RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Why the U.S. Hasn't Cut Aid to Egypt - David Rothkopf, CNN
The 'To Hell with Them' Doctrine - Jonah Goldberg, National Review
Another Option in Egypt: Do Nothing - Oliver Miles, The Guardian
The World Leaders Who Are Actually Leading - Ian Bremmer, Reuters
The West Is Deluded About the Mideast - Chris Booker, The Telegraph
Reading Machiavelli in Washington - Michael Young, NOW Lebanon
China's Reform Anxiety - Yao Yang, Project Syndicate
Cutting Aid to Egypt Would Be Big Mistake - Hussein Ibish, The National
The Endless U.S.-Cuba Chess Game - Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
Germany's Obsession with 'Grand Coalitions' - Derek Scally, Irish Times
America's War on the Border - Todd Miller, New York Times
Liberals Take a Step Back in Syria - Loveday Morris, Washington Post
The Long War Against al-Qaeda Isn't Over - Jeffrey Simpson, Globe & Mail
Zawahiri: Still al-Qaeda's Boss - Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard
A Drug Lord Walks Free in Mexico - Elaine Shannon, Los Angeles Times
RCW Listicle: What 'Breaking Bad' Teaches Us About World Politics

RealClearWorld Editorials

India and Pakistan: Border Disorder - The Economist
Egypt's Rulers Risk Economic Meltdown - Toronto Star
Egyptians Die, the West Watches - The Hindu
Mitt Romney Was Right About Russia - New York Post